FALMOUTH — With small businesses scrambling to attract customers in a shaky economy, some business owners are hoping to change local ordinances that regulate sandwich-board style signs.
CAPE ELIZABETH — The Ordinance Committee Tuesday continued discussion of the Business-A district overhaul, focusing on proposed uses.
Boys' team: Steve Virgilio, Cheverus outdoor track For several years, Cheverus' boys' outdoor track team went to the Class A sta»
PORTLAND — The cities and the years are almost synonymous. Sochi 2014. London 2012. Atlanta 1996.»
PORTLAND — Turning over a new Leaf has worked well for Scarborough resident Marc Lausier.»
Boys' team: Geoff Arris, Freeport lacrosse Arris admits now that he expected little from the 2014 season, but when the dust sett»
YARMOUTH — Last weekend's 49th annual Clam Festival, with its 6,000 pounds of clams and 145 craft show booths, attrac»
HARPSWELL — Cedar Beach Road, the object of a legal battle over public access, has been purchased by a nearby landown»
Arrests 7/12 at 3 p.m. Bryan J.»
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PORTLAND — With a preliminary plan in mind, Mayor Michael Brennan and members of his Minimum Wage Advisory Committee want »
PORTLAND — A nearly 90-minute City Council workshop Monday evening showed there are many directions the future of Congress»